|Mar. 1 12:42 PM PT1:42 PM MT2:42 PM CT3:42 PM ET20:42 GMT4:42 AM 北京时间1:42 PM MST3:42 PM EST0:42 UAE (+1)15:42 ET - Lucic, Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand each had a goal and an assist, helping the Bruins send the Arizona Coyotes to their ninth straight loss, 4-1 on Saturday night.
Analysis: He has only three points in eight games.
|Jan. 30 9:03 AM PT10:03 AM MT11:03 AM CT12:03 PM ET17:03 GMT1:03 AM 北京时间10:03 AM MST12:03 PM EST21:03 UAE12:03 ET - Lucic had a goal with two assists Thursday.
Analysis: He has three points in two games after going without one in the previous three.
|Jan. 14 9:44 AM PT10:44 AM MT11:44 AM CT12:44 PM ET17:44 GMT1:44 AM 北京时间10:44 AM MST12:44 PM EST21:44 UAE12:44 ET - Lucic had a goal with an assist Tuesday.
Analysis: He has three goals with three assists in four games.
|Jan. 9 8:30 AM PT9:30 AM MT10:30 AM CT11:30 AM ET16:30 GMT12:30 AM 北京时间9:30 AM MST11:30 AM EST20:30 UAE11:30 ET - Lucic scored a pair of goals, and backup Niklas Svedberg earned his second NHL shutout behind three periods of stifling Boston defense as the Bruins beat the Devils 3-0 on Thursday night.
Analysis: He has four points in two games.
|Dec. 30 9:09 PM PT10:09 PM MT11:09 PM CT12:09 AM ET5:09 GMT1:09 PM 北京时间10:09 PM MST12:09 AM EST9:09 UAE0:09 ET - Lucic has an undisclosed injury.
Analysis: There's no time table for his return, so consider him day-to-day.
|Oct. 29 1:44 PM PT2:44 PM MT3:44 PM CT4:44 PM ET20:44 GMT4:44 AM 北京时间1:44 PM MST3:44 PM EST0:44 UAE (+1)16:44 ET - Lucic had a goal and an assist in Tuesday's loss to Minnesota.
Analysis: He's come on strong with eight points in six games after going without a point in his first five.
|Oct. 22 2:19 PM PT3:19 PM MT4:19 PM CT5:19 PM ET21:19 GMT5:19 AM 北京时间2:19 PM MST4:19 PM EST1:19 UAE (+1)17:19 ET - Lucic matched a career high with three assists in a 5-3 win over San Jose on Tuesday night.
Analysis: Lucic has five points in the last three games, all assists, after registering none in his first five contests this season.
|Oct. 18 1:24 PM PT2:24 PM MT3:24 PM CT4:24 PM ET20:24 GMT4:24 AM 北京时间1:24 PM MST3:24 PM EST0:24 UAE (+1)16:24 ET - Lucic apologized to the Bruins and Montreal Canadiens and their fans Saturday for making an obscene gesture Thursday night in Montreal.
Analysis: Lucic took a penalty late in the Bruins' loss and made a gesture toward the fans, followed by one of him raising an invisible Stanley Cup. In his first public comments since the incident that cost him a $5,000 fine, he expressed regret and called his actions selfish and inexcusable.
|Oct. 17 10:29 AM PT11:29 AM MT12:29 PM CT1:29 PM ET17:29 GMT1:29 AM 北京时间10:29 AM MST12:29 PM EST21:29 UAE13:29 ET - The NHL fined Lucic $5,000 for making an obscene gesture at the fans in Montreal.
Analysis: Lucic taunted the crowd and then mimicked raising the Stanley Cup while entering the penalty box in Boston's 6-4 loss to the Canadiens. He did not speak to the media after the game. Lucic has not been well-liked in Montreal since last year's playoffs, when he threatened Dale Weise in the handshake line after the Canadiens eliminated the Bruins in seven games.
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